Instantaneous 7 submissions CLOSED April 9th;
spaces were strictly limited.
Artwork for Instantaneous 7 must resemble a comic book cover.
-The cover can be a parody, artwork from an unpublished book (or upcoming project), but cannot include characters that you do not have a copyright on.
Artwork is to be submitted on blue line comic art pages, available at Pulp Fiction Comics (no charge to the creator for the first page)
-alternatively, pieces can be submitted on card the same size, which is:
432mm height x 280mm width; this INCLUDES the 10-12mm that may be covered by the edges of the frame.
Frames are generic (however they are made specifically for the exhibition) and are provided for each piece at no charge.
Ticks of approval (pieces will be accepted if):
It is an original work and not a print. Original works are often highly sought after, fetching more bids than "one of" digital prints. Digital prints are acceptable if the print is unique (at least signed and dated, 1/1, maybe write an essay on the back, etc.!)
Make the piece resemble a comic cover as much as possible.
logo-title and issue number is essential.
(remember it doesn't have to be a #1!)
-a publisher's box, isbn etc all add to the effect but are optional.
Pieces can be black and white or coloured.
Any medium is fine, provided it is 2 dimensional.
Crosses of shame (pieces will not be accepted if):
Copyrighted characters are used that you don't own the copyright to.
The piece does not fit in the frame.
The piece is submitted later than April 9th.
As with previous exhibitions, Instantaneous reserves the right to reject pieces they deem as unsuitable for the exhibition.
These include (but are not limited to) pieces that contain excessive pornography, excessive violence, excessive offensive language and work of a racist nature.
-CHECK BEFORE THE DUE DATE with a curator if you're not sure!
For the creators involved in Instantaneous 7,
the following information was due by MARCH 1st:
-The title of the piece
-The medium(s) used
For the I7 booklet:
-A 50 word (or less) biography
of the creator(s)
-Contact details of the creator(s)
All pieces were due by Saturday APRIL 9th at Pulp Fiction.